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TURIM Lisboa Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Ana Santos welcomed us warmly. She took a lot of time and effort to ensure we had all the information we needed. She suggested a great local Portuguese restaurant, Colinas. It was super. The hotel itself was great value for money. Big rooms and washrooms. We will blindly book in a Turim hotel, based on this experience!!

Stayed here few days. Very clean and comfortable. Tv had many english stations. Staff exceptionally helpful. Location was good too. Easy access to transportation. Long walk to centre but lots to see on the way. Only problem we had was with breakfast but we find its the same with most European hotels. Half cooked scrambled eggs, hot dog type sausages, pastries, cereal and fruit. The toaster didn't really work. It was on but totally pointless. The orange juice was watered down. The coffee machine looked a bit gross where it came out. Would def stay here again but would opt out of breakfast

Excellent location close to the Metro "Parque" station. Close to the shops, supermarkets and local restaurants. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Stayed in room 708 which was at the back of the hotel on the top floor. Be warned limited electrical sockets, only one in bathroom. Booked hotel on a room only basis. Enjoy your stay.

Great location close to Parque Metro with city centre only 2 stops away. This is a small and comfortable hotel with large rooms, bath and shower. Sleep quality ok but could do with better pillows. There is no noise from the lift or banging doors. Breakfast is more than adequate and overall the accommodation is good value.

This hotel is in a good location. The room was very clean and the staff friendly. We were well catered for at breakfast. The TV didn't work and the WiFi was very poor. I do think that in today's world that Sky TV and WiFi should be basics in a hotel. The furniture and curtains in the reception area could do with being updated. This would improve the appearance of the hotel somewhat. These are only minor points and they did not impact on our stay.

Nice old-fashioned hotel with fine renovation. Spacious well-equiped bedrooms and bathrooms. Bath tube instead of shower cabin, black-out curtains, firm mattress - I like this place. Location is good - between two metro stations (blue and yellow lines). The only drawback is very poor wi-fi. However, good value for money.

Stayed one night, room was clean, floor in the room was uneven, quiet street. Good restaurant across the road. Walls between the rooms are pretty thin, we could hear the neighbours sneezing and trying find out which light switches worked for which lamps. Good for one night.

We booked this hotel, because of a late arrival. We found immediately a parking spot in front of the hotel and had a good sleep. The place is somewhat old, but otherwise the staff friendly and for the price the accommodation was good.

I stayed at this hotel several years ago and our recent visit held up well once again. It is located in part of town that is often overlooked because it isn't in the midst of the main tourist attractions but it is very well positioned for a variety of experiences. From here you can easily walk to the giant Edward VII park, take in the modernistic sculptures memorializing the catastrophic 1755 earthquake, as well as the statute of Marquis Pombal who oversaw the city's rebuilding and the intriguing Estua Fria botanic garden, or just sit on a bench in the sun and watch the passing scene. A few hundred yards further brings you to the Penitentiary and then the glorious (walkable) aqueduct soaring across a deep valley or, in the other direction the Gulbenkian museum complex and its affecting gardens. There is even a super impressive new Spanish mega department store - El Corte Ingles - whose offerings give you a peek into what the better heeled residents of Lisbon are buying. Two nearby Metro stops, one up the hill and the other down provide easy access. The hotel itself shows some signs of wear and tear, our advertised room safe was unusable and we did have to request a room reassignment from one which had a non-lockable door but the manager was able to give us an excellent substitute on the 7th (top) floor and an early check in to boot. Breakfast offers a large and varied selection of very good breads, eggs, bacon, juices, jams, fruit, and cakes - including the luscious "pastel de nata" for which Lisbon is justifiably famous.

A nice well located hotel its one of a bunch of Turim hotels around the area. Its not the most modern and its a little dated with lots of details missing in the rooms but besides that its a decent place to stay. Rooms are spacious, with a nice bathroom and a very nice balcony. On the downside, cleanliness wasnt top notch with a lot of hairs remaining in the bathroom, power outlets were not entirely available in the room and breakfast was not that good with limited options and a coffee machine that wasnt working that well. They also seemed a little understaff but service was still flowing. Parking around the area its kind of difficult but you can easily reach the hotel through a metro station. Staff was friendly and price okay. Good option.

Rua Filipe Folque, 20 Lisbon

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83% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 594 reviews